Gerald D. Hines, founder and chairman of Hines Interests, wasselected for the Urban Land Institute's J.C. Nichols Prize forVisionary Urban Development. The honor comes with a $100,000 check.He was recognized for excellence in design, environmentalsustainability and business operations of the Hines' portfolio, nowtopping 70 million sf and valued at more than $13 billion.

The Woodlands Operating Co. received an award for its 30-yearplan in a first-time honor from the Citizens' Coalition. TheSynergy Award recognizes environmental excellence.

Crescent's Houston Center was feted for an environmental honorat the 18th annual mayor's luncheon while Greenway Plaza receivedan honorable mention for its grand plaza renovations, which broughtadditions such as an amphitheater.

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